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CDMA

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) code-division multiple access: a digital technology used in mobile phones
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During the third quarter of 2009, CDMA2000 subscribers increased to 512 million, added 17.
The flexibility and power of CDMA2000, an IP-based advance mobile broadband network solution, will help enable PCCW to converge their fixed line, broadband Internet-access, pay-TV, media content, and large-scale IT business services across Hong Kong - one of the most advanced and lucrative markets in the world.
For the SKYLINK network expansion, Lucent has provided its Flexent CDMA2000 1X base stations and increased the capacity of the Lucent-supplied mobile switching center.
The Mobility Manager Compact supports CDMA2000 1X voice and data services and advanced features such as IP backhaul.
World's fastest subscriber acquisition: Reliance Communications (RCL) sold more than one million phones within a week after introducing three ultra low-cost CDMA2000 monochrome phones with data access on May 2, 2007.
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO, one of 3G mobile communications systems using CDMA technology, was originally developed by Qualcomm, Inc.
CDMA2000 operators offer a broad range of wireless applications, including voice and data communications, multimedia messaging, entertainment and broadband Internet access.
The CDG is pleased to see the rapid growth of CDMA2000 in Indonesia," said James Person, chief operating officer of the CDG.
We are pleased to welcome the North American arrival of 3G CDMA2000 1X products and services based on our chipsets and system software," said Don Schrock, president of QUALCOMM CDMA Technologies.
Sprint also announced that it has selected Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU) to develop software and infrastructure necessary to enable the new services to work throughout Sprint's CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Revision A network.
CDMA 1X WIN represents the first commercial CDMA2000 1xEV-DO deployment in Japan and KDDI will be the sixth operator worldwide to deploy a commercial CDMA2000 1xEV-DO network, joining operators in the United States, South Korea and Brazil.
The MSM5100 chipset and system software is pin-compatible with the proven MSM3300 chipset, decreasing time-to-market for handset manufacturers, and is designed with the flexibility to support global CDMA2000 1X market requirements and operator deployment strategies.